Check Out The Eight Colors You Can Get For The New Hyundai Sonata

The all-new 2020 Hyundai Sonata recently celebrated its North American debut at the New York Auto Show where it captured a lot of attention for its four-door coupe looks.

Adopting a more adventurous design than its predecessor, the new Sonata will be sold in the United States with two different engines. The first of these is a turbocharged 1.6-liter with 180 hp and 195 lb-ft (264 Nm) of torque mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission, rated at 31 mpg by the EPA. Those looking for a four-pot without forced induction can opt for a 2.5-liter engine with 191 hp and 181 lb-ft (245 Nm) of torque that has been rated at 33 mpg.

As Hyundai has yet to announce pricing for the new Sonata, an online configurator tool for the sedan hasn’t been released. However, the Hyundai website has been updated to show the eight different shades and color options available for the sedan.

The color palette starts off with Quartz White and for those that like subtle finishes, Hyundai also offers Shimmering Silver Pearl, Hampton Gray, Portofino Gray, and Phantom Black. Customers who want to make a statement will be able to purchase the new Sonata in Glowing Yellow, Calypso Red, and Stormy Sea (blue). The Sonata displayed in New York was painted Calypso Red.

Hyundai has loaded the 2020 Sonata with a plethora of safety features which are sure to excite buyers. There is Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist, Lane Keeping Assist and Advanced Smart Cruise Control with Stop and Go all provided as standard. Among the optional extras are Lane Following Assist, Safe Exit Assist, Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist, Blind-Spot View Monitor, Blind-Spot Collision Warning, and Remote Smart Parking Assist.

Production of the 2020 Hyundai Sonata will start in Alabama this fall before local sales begin in October.

more photos...
  • Bash

    That stormy sea blue look nice.

  • Cool guy


    • Liam Paul

      well the 2015-17 was a turd but this one is far from a turd.

  • ctk4949
    • kek
      love that joker

  • bold design language. but I think I may have liked it a bit.

  • Zed68

    The front looks ugly and no color will fix that.

  • Liam Paul

    Hyundai really did a great job on the new Sonata. save the fact it is a sedan, I think this will be a hit for Hyundai with the great expressive styling and feature only found on a few limited cars. My friend works where they put these together and He told me pictures can not do this car justice but that many of the assembly line workers agreed the car is stunning , I can not wait to see one in person. I know some don’t like the grill but that is not going stop this car from being a hit for Hyundai

  • PK

    Yellow! <3

  • PK

    Glowing Yellow!!!! <3

  • Front is acceptable. Rear is asstastic. Not into the Honda look.


    This site really got nothing else to do

  • klowik

    it could look better if the shape of the grille looks more regular..

  • I really don’t like the mesh pattern in the grille but that style seems to be in vogue these days.

  • Alpina

    There, I’ve fixed it thanks to my “superior” Paint skills. It would look much better IMO if they’ve just followed the light stripe down to front bumper.


    This site really got nothing else to do

  • charlotteharry57

    That Glowing Yellow just adds to the hideous front end looks. Just atrocious.

New Suzuki Jimny Is Aimed At 4×4 Enthusiasts, But How Does It Go On Tarmac?

Its USP might be its unique off-roading abilities, yet the new Jimny doesn’t do that bad on tarmac, either.

Brown Sugar: This Audi A6 Sedan Is Oh So Sweetly Specced

Whoever ordered this A6 did a thorough search through the Audi Exclusive color palette.

Citroen Golden Scarab Recreates 120-Year-Old Automotive Legend

The Scarabee d’Or was the first car to have crossed the Sahara Desert, and his is a brand-new replica.

Co-Driver Makes A Total Mess Of Navigating In Rally Stage

The driver of this Mazda MX-5 was left a little dumbfounded by his navigator’s pace notes…

Wide-Body Chevy Camaro SS On Custom Wheels Is A Drama Queen

It might not be to everyone’s taste, but this tuned Camaro SS is a head-turning car.

Mazda Says 76 Per Cent Of Miata Buyers Opt For Stick Shifts

The MX-5 soft top is more frequently optioned with the manual than the RF targa.

The Grand National Is A Buick With Some Real Desirability

The Buick Grand National sports a 300 HP, 3.8-liter turbocharged V6 .

All-Wheel Drive Latest Makers’ Trick To Prop Up Sedan Sales

If you can’t beat the SUVs, you might want to kinda join them instead of quit.

600 HP Fiat Uno Is The Most Unlikely Of Drag Racers

Powering this Fiat Uno is a 1.6-liter four-cylinder turbocharged engine with 600 hp.

Is The BMW F80 M3 CS As Special As Its Predecessors?

The final episode of Carfection’s The M3 Masterpieces web series features the F80 M3 CS.